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Equine Supplements to Support Immune Function

Supporting immune function includes equine supplements.

Our outdoor environment is teaming with bacteria and microorganisms that can be both beneficial and harmful for your horse. Which is why keeping your horse’s diet and equine supplements in check is so important. You need to help them maintain or regain their health, as needed.

Aside from bacteria, stress can really be a concerning factor for your horse – whether that stress includes long trips or frequent short trips, changes to their environment, allergies, reactions to insect bites. among others.

However, you can help promote and boost your horse’s immune system with Basic Equine Nutrition, offering a variety of Immune Function Supplements to help. Although minimizing stress can help a lot, adding in supplements can also assist when the life of your horse simply requires frequent movement and unpreventable stressors.

Some of our supplements that can help to combat stress and promote health for your horse include vitamins such as:


Vitamin A is important for proper function of the eyes and muscles and helps keep mucous membranes healthy – the linings of the respiratory, digestion and reproductive tracts.

Vitamin D assists with the absorption of calcium and helps regulate the secretion of phosphorus. These functions are critical for maintaining health of bones and joints.

NATURAL Vitamin E enhances muscle tone and endurance in working horses, and also improves circulation. It improves heart function, enhances the immune system and acts as a potent antioxidant. It’s also beneficial for the prevention of tying up.

Chelated Zinc plays an important role in improving the immune system, and aids in wound healing.

Equine Supplements

In addition to vitamins, we offer supplements such as:

  • Amino Max Extra Strength
  • Biomax
  • Biotin
  • Echinacea
  • Curcumin/Turmeric
  • Regenerex Plus
  • Recoverex Plus
  • TyeCal Max

The best way to help your horse’s immune system strong, is to pay attention to their stress levels, while also ensuring they have time to roam in a pasture, eat grass freely, and drink plenty of water. Don’t forget to add in supplemental supports, when and where needed.

If you require help with understanding which products could best benefit your horse, we would love to discuss that with you.  Together, we will ensure you are minimizing the concerns for everyone involved!

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